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The Department of Veterans Affairs approved a clinical restructuring request to implement a deep brain stimulation program at the Minneapolis VA Health Care System.

Maryanne Reilly-Spong, PhD, is uniquely qualified and positioned to provide much needed service, bridging gaps in mental healthcare needs for Medical School students through the program, Confidential Bridging Services.

A group of U of M Medical School students added the finishing touches on a new home constructed by Habitat for Humanity, which will become one of 11 new houses on Maryland Avenue in St. Paul for families facing home insecurity.

The Neuroanatomy Lab at the University of Minnesota is in its sixth year and has brought researchers from around the globe to work in its unique environment. Two international neurosurgeons are currently conducting research in the lab. One is focusing on the trigeminal nerve, the other on acoustic neuroma.

Brenna Greenfield, PhD, LP, an assistant professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Biobehavioral Health on the Duluth campus, collaborates with the White Earth Nation to develop culturally safe approaches in preventing opioid overdose deaths.

More than 600 patients have been treated during the M Health Fairview telestroke rollout since it began more than a year ago. Telestroke enables M Health Fairview stroke experts to evaluate and diagnose patients remotely using video equipment.

Robert Englander, MD, MPH, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Medical Education and Professor with the University of Minnesota Medical School's Department of Pediatrics has been named a 2019

Melena Bellin, MD, Pediatric Endocrinologist for University of Minnesota Physicians and Professor in the University of Minnesota Medical School’s Department of Pediatrics and Surgery, has be

The Minnesota Monthly's Top Doctors List is comprised of local Minnesotan physicians specializing in multiple categories of medicine. They are nominated and recognized by their peers for their professional expertise and exemplary patient care.

The Childhood Cancer Survivor Study (CCSS), which originated at the University of Minnesota Medical School, looked at the incidence of, risks for, and survival following kidney, lung, heart, and liver transplants in pediatric cancer survivors.

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